brent oil

Aberdeen Standard Investments

Getting countries with interests as diverse as those of Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela to agree on anything is always going to be challenging. Let alone when it involves something as domestically and geopolitically charged as oil. Show More

Harley Grosser

Last year I formed the view that there were opportunities in oil stocks. A handful of oil producers lagged the oil price as equity investors doubted the sustainability of the rebound. But a number of factors suggest that oil, while the price will of course be volatile, is now well... Show More

Raymond Chan

After spending a week in Moscow, in my observation, Chinese tourists were everywhere in the city while it is very common for Russians to take Mandarin lessons at universities. Since the dissolution of territorial disputes between China and Russia during the Jiang Zemin’s era, the relations between the two countries... Show More

Angela Mangan

The Brent price originally generated a technical sell signal at US$53.06 on 8/3/17. This was identified as the (negative) technical turning point. The decline last night has resulted in further major support being broken which has generated a new technical sell signal. The downside technical price target is located at... Show More

Gavin Wendt

Despite the skeptics, OPEC is doing exactly what it said it would do – which was to dramatically rein in oil production. Global oil output plunged during January as OPEC and non-OPEC producers curbed supply to accelerate a market rebalancing, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Oil supplies fell... Show More

Angela Mangan

The Brent price originally generated a technical buy signal at US$34.68 on 22/2/16. A technical sell signal was subsequently generated at US$46.48 on 7/7/16https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/32242, with the WTI oil price simultaneously generating a technical sell signal at US$45.18. The oil price has declined by 10% since the technical sell signals were... Show More